Mohammed Emin Yurdakul
Mehmet Emin Yurdakul
Mehmet Emin Yurdakul (13 May 1869 – 14 January 1944) was a Turkish nationalist writer and politician. Being a ideologue of Pan-Turkism, his writings and poems had a major impact on defining the term vatan (Fatherland).
Doğan Yurdakul (1946 - September 3, 2017 in Datça) is a Turkish journalist and writer. He has contributed to newspapers including Vatan, Aydınlık , Evrensel , Siyah-Beyaz, and Günaydın as well as the television news programme 32. Gün. His books include biographies of Turkish intelligence agent Hiram Abas and of Abdullah Çatlı (Reis), both written with Soner Yalçın.
Cevat Yurdakul (1 January 1942 – 28 September 1979) was a prosecutor and the chief of police of Adana Province, Turkey, when he was assassinated in 1979. His murder was still considered unsolved as of 2010.
Yuraku was the first philatelic magazine published in Japan. The first edition was issued in Tokyo on 16 July 1914 under the editorship of Meguro Kimura. It was the organ of The Yurakukai (Philatelic Society of Japan). It continued until at least Volume 9, 1922.